Kuari pass Trek is located in the district Chamoli of Uttarakhand State. It is a famous winter trek of Uttarakhand State. The trek to Kuari Pass starts from Joshimath which is the hub for trekkers and pilgrims. The Kuari Pass trek gives you a golden opportunity to admire the impressive skyline of the mighty mountains from close quarters. This trek offers spellbinding views of the imposing Himalayas. On this trek, you can behold the magnificent sight of the Chaukhamba massif (7138 m), Mana mountain (7272 m), Kamet mountain (7756 m), and Abin-Gbin mountain (7355 m), which is extended to the Tibetan border. In the middle foreground, a number of spectacular peaks including Dunagiri and Chang-bang mountain enclose the Nanda Devi bio-reserve Sanctuary. The best thing about the Kuari Pass trek is that you can camp amidst the lush green meadows, which gives you amazing and unforgettable scenes of the Himalayas with green pastures.
For sightseeing lovers and trekkers Kuari pass trek in Uttarakhand is the best place and those who believe in yoga activities. Kuari Pass, a place with a lot of mesmerizing sights to relish is situated in Garhwal Himalayas. If you are a beginner in treks, then Kuari (Kuwari) Pass trek would be the right step to start with. On the route, you will find numerous beautiful forests which are really old with blooming rhododendron and oak trees. There is an interlude of meadows which gives the forest entry so beautiful every time. The region is used extensively by the local shepherds, and it is a great activity to explore one of the richest meadows in the Himalayas to get a full view of the splendid snow-clad peaks. Their imposing and scenic presence can be witnessed from atop Kuari, which literally means “a getaway”.
Driving Distance : Drive 280 Km
Uphill Picturesque Drive, Devaprayag, Confluence of Bhagirathi and Alaknanda Around 6 AM, assemble at Rishikesh Bus Station. Begin a long-distance, uphill drive from Rishikesh to Joshimath. Along the way, stop over at Devaprayag, to witness the holy confluence of the Bhagirathi and Alaknanda Rivers to form the River Ganges. Arrive at Joshimath. You have the choice of an overnight stay in tents/ a local guest house/ homestay.
Today's Views : Chitrakantha Peak (3,310m), Chaukhamba (7,138m), Oak and Rhododendron Forest, & mountain local Life.
Today begins with a short 12 km drive to Dhak Village, which is the starting point of the trek. The meandering trail from here has gradual ascents and several shepherd trails. Take a look down below to watch the Dhauli Ganga River force its way to the nearby hydropower plant. Follow the trail to cross dense forests of oak, deodar, and rhododendrons. At the end of the descent is Chitrakantha, your first campsite. This is an impressive snow-capped ridge with views of the Chaukhamba peak. Replenish the water supply from a nearby stream. Pitch tents. Retire for the day.
Today's Views :- Mountain Forests, Alpine Meadows.
Start your day early with warm-up exercises followed by a wholesome breakfast. Today, you’ll trek for 6km to scale heights up to 3,500 m. An interesting and magnificent trail takes you through dense mountain forests filled with rhododendrons, spruce, and silver birch before reaching a prominent ridge. An uphill trek for around 3 km opens to lush meadows where you’ll find well-defined tracks from a place called Tapovan. Camp in alpine meadows at the end of Tali Top.
Today's Views :- Nanda Devi (West) Peak (7,817m), Himalayan Vistas, Rishi Ganga River.
This is a strenuous day. With a long-distance trek ahead of you with gradual ascend leading to Khullar Top. To completely savour the unbelievable views of the imposing Himalayas, you’ll traverse over snow-filled patches to arrive at Kuari Pass. Gushing chill top winds greet you here. But the adversity is barely a hindrance for the view of the towering Nanda Devi Peak from here is truly phenomenal.
Surrounded by what seems like an unending wall of mountains, find the Rishi Ganga River force its way out from the only available outlet to meet River Alaknanda. Spend quality time here. Prepare for a return trek to Tali Top along the same path. Savour the campfire and savoury dinner by the campsite.
Today's Views :- Skiing destination Auli, Rishi Ganga River.
Dig into breakfast early in the morning after a round of routine exercises. Follow the downhill trail alongside the Rishi Ganga River. Arrive at a motorable road and board a vehicle to reach Joshimath. Along the way pass by Auli, a popular hill station and skiing destination. During winter months, you could also opt for a skiing experience here. Overnight stay at Joshimath.
The trip ends here
Leave Joshimath early for your return journey home from Rishikesh. This will be the last leg of your trip to the mountains. Take along a large pile of unforgettable memories in this Kuari Pass Trek.
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